Adopt-A-Pet: Chupacabra and Pogo – Now Habersham

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Losing family is one particular of the toughest emotions in the world, and for several surrendered and unreclaimed animals at the Habersham County Animal Shelter, that sensation is a little something they know all much too effectively.

Chupacabra the cat and Pogo the pet, two sweet animals accessible for adoption with Habersham County Animal Treatment and Manage, are heading through just that. They are waiting around for their fur-ever properties immediately after shedding their people and stability, and are hoping that shortly, they will not have to wait any for a longer period.

Satisfy Chupacabra

Meet Chupacabra, a youthful adult male cat with an outgoing character. He’s a lover of animals, scratches, cuddles and hugs.

Chupacabra has now been separated from his house, his human and his siblings, and wishes much more than anything at all to locate another person who can give him all the like and passion he requires. (HCACC)

This is Chupacabra’s second time at the Habersham County Animal Shelter. He was adopted as a kitten from the shelter, alongside with his brother and his sister. But when his family members experienced to move to a rental dwelling, he and his brother could not appear with.

“It was a genuinely tough day, losing my house, my sister and my human all at after,” Chupacabra mentioned. “Having my brother with me aided me through it. We did almost everything with each other, and I’m a really snuggly cat. Possessing him to cuddle up with designed lonely evenings a very little much less chilly.”

But his brother, Yeti, was not too long ago adopted. Now he’s by yourself in the shelter, seeking to make new buddies, but seeking somebody to enjoy him more than anything at all else.

“Losing him was heartbreaking,” he states. “It’s like the last piece of my previous daily life is gone.”

Chupacabra is affectionate and sweet and needs to be held by any individual who will decide on him up. He’s great with other cats, has the sweetest purr and loves to talk— with a meow that sounds a total great deal like he’s saying “hi.”

Now, he’s hoping for improved days in the around long run, as he tends to make new friends and draws in the focus of opportunity adopters with a meow that appears a total whole lot like a greeting.

“Learning how to say ‘hi,’ was a trick I picked up from watching humans,” he says. “I desired to catch their attention, and that word does it. They constantly look surprised to listen to me say it. I genuinely hope it impresses somebody adequate to consider me residence.”

Satisfy Pogo

Pogo, a sweet male terrier/pitbull mix, was discovered misplaced and under no circumstances reclaimed. Now, he hopes anyone will appear to adopt him and love him his full lifetime. (HCACC)

Pogo, an grownup male terrier and pitbull combine, is a friendly puppy with a significant smile.

Pogo was discovered shed at the end of the summer season by Habersham County Animal Care and Regulate and was in no way reclaimed. He’s been ready because the to start with of September to go dwelling, and he’s ready to meet his eternally household.

“I’m a fantastic boy, and I’ll adore you for as very long as you permit me,” Pogo claims. “When my household will come to take me household, I’ll bring them all the pleasure I can. Staying part of someone’s home and their lifestyle is all I could ever inquire for.”

He enjoys to smile and give kisses, and when he gets enthusiastic, his tail wags so hard his back legs can scarcely continue to be in area. He’s wonderful with other pet dogs and loves humans.

“I’m so content to get to share a tiny bit about myself,” Pogo tells Now Habersham. “I hope that somebody will see my photo, hear my tale, and occur just take me home.”

Do you consider Chupacabra, Pogo or any of the other animals at the Habersham County Animal Shelter could be your cuddle buddy this slide? If so, give them a phone at (706) 839-0195 or check out them in person Tuesday-Friday from 10 a.m. to Midday & 1-5 p.m. or on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Look at out much more information and facts on their Facebook page.

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